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This permission map was built by Adrienne Porter Felt, Erika Chin, and Steve
Hanna at the University of California, Berkeley.

Contact: android@eecs.berkeley.edu
Website: www.android-permissions.org

We welcome bug reports (errors and omissions in the permission map) at:
http://code.google.com/p/android-permission/issues/list
and we will credit anyone who contributes.

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The permission map is based on our tests of Android 2.2 on a Nexus One,
although we have added information for other versions and devices.

Of particular note:

-- ACCESS_GPS and ACCESS_LOCATION were deprecated in an early version of
Android and do not appear in this permission map. However, they may be
needed by older applications.

-- We were unable to test WiMax functionality on Samsung or Motorola devices.
They likely have classes similar to HTC's
com.htc.net.wimax.WimaxController.

-- Some permissions really do not exist anywhere, such as BRICK.

-- android.os.IMountService exists in Android 2.1 and lower.
android.os.storage.IMountService replaces it in Android 2.2 and higher.

-- The following are not in this public map because they are deprecated but,
if you want to know them for use analyzing older applications:
Delete,content://calendar (API 2.1 and lower),
android.permission.WRITE_CALENDAR
Read,content://calendar (API 2.1 and lower),
android.permission.READ_CALENDAR
Update,content://calendar (API 2.1 and lower),
android.permission.WRITE_CALENDAR
Write,content://calendar (API 2.1 and lower),
android.permission.WRITE_CALENDAR

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We would like to thank:

Royce Cheng-Yue and Kathryn Lingel for their help testing the API and system
Content Providers.
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